Palgrave Studies in Race, Ethnicity, Indigeneity and Criminal Justice

Cunneen, C. (Ed), Russell-Brown, K. (Ed), Gabbidon, S. L. (Ed), Garner, S. (Ed)

This pioneering series brings much-needed attention to minority, excluded, and marginalised perspectives in criminology, centred on the topic of ‘race’ and the racialization of crime and criminal justice systems. It draws on a range of theoretical approaches including critical race theory, critical criminology, postcolonial theory, intersectional approaches and Indigenous theory. The series seeks to challenge and broaden the current discourse, debates and discussions within contemporary criminology as a whole, including drawing on the voices of Indigenous people and those from the Global South which are often silenced in favour of dominant white discourses in Criminology.

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